Mike Green

Mike Green

Mike Green is the CEO of KINSHIP digital and co-author of the Chatter Report

Football royalty Real Madrid has embarked on a four-year digital transformation of its operations which will help its huge fan base around the world create customised versions of their experience of the team brand. The story resonated, and pushed a post by Microsoft on its official blog to the very

Some categories just seem immune to digital transformation. It’s a comforting thought — although not a very clever one. As an old media man himself, one of your humble Chatter reporters often felt that idea of immunity applied to executive recruitment. The big chair jobs simply didn’t belong on job

  Amongst the usual flim flam there was even a little substance — or egregious political bias, depending on your perspective — in the local Twitterverse this week. But One Direction’s decision to play the ARIAs was always going to come out on top. Each Monday, KINSHIP digital and Which-50

Ecommerce author Marsha Collier had a big win this week. Her book is the new Amazon ecommerce best seller, and her tweet about the result likewise rocketed to the top of the ecommerce chatterverse. As Collier has over 97,000 followers on Twitter, it’s a good example of what a self-perpetuating

  “How can a robust digital transformation strategy enable any business to rise to the next level?” Asking that question lead to IT consulting outfit CapTech emerging as the world’s most influential digital transformation conversation starter in the social streams over the last seven days, according to our latest digital

Predictions are always a bad idea where technology is involved, but that doesn’t stop people making them and — these days on social media — sharing them. So it proved this week, as a tweet by the World Economic Forum was the most active social share in our weekly digital

Amazon moves into bricks and mortar, retailers look for the holiday sale advantage, and the emergence of Africa’s biggest ecommerce vendor dominated the global omnichannel chatter in the social stream this week. Each weekday the KINSHIP digital/Which-50 Chatter Report identifies the most influential conversation starters of the last week across

The big digital transformation conversation starter this week was a contribution to the Harvard Business Review blog network by Capgemini’s Didier Bonnet and MIT’s George Westerman. Meanwhile, Chatter Report regulars R Ray Wang from Constellation Research and Brian Solis from Altimeter again featured prominently. And two events — MIT Media

You get the sense that many people are only now starting to appreciate how awesome (in the fully functioning Death Star sense of the word) Alibaba can become, or how how extraordinary is its scale. The Chatterverse, however, is in no doubt. Each weekday, the KINSHIP digital/Which-50 analyst Chatter Report

Gartner dominated the digital industry research conversation on social media around the world this week. It captured eight of the top ten spots in the KINSHIP digital/Which-50 Chatter Report. Application of its famous hype cycle to digital business technology was the most influential conversation starter this week. Each week, the